80695AE: Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8 Training

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80695AE: Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8 Training is for the candidates, who indulge in paving their way to become a successful developer or application consultant. Through Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8 training, the candidates gain an in-depth insight on the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8 and enhance their career graph via making an effective use of the tools.

After completing Reporting In Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Course Training, the candidates would be able to:

  • Create reports using AX queries
  • Create reports using Business Logic in X++
  • Describe the advanced report artifacts, and how to use Data Contracts and Controllers in Reports
  • Identify available BI features in AX
  • Demonstrate how to execute a report and run reports in Batch mode
  • Describe the out of the box reports that exist in AX
  • Describe the data sources that AX Reports support
  • Describe how to define security on a SQL Server Analysis Services Cube built for AX
  • Identify the web parts available in Enterprise Portal
  • Modify existing role centers
  • Develop Power View reports and integrate them into role centers
  • Integrate reports into role centers
  • Explain how to integrate reports with X++
  • Provide an overview of SQL Server Analysis Services features and capabilities
  • Describe the SQL Server Analysis Services installation procedure and prerequisites
  • Describe the out of the box reports that exist in AX
  • Describe the data sources that AX Reports support
  • Explain the architecture of reporting in AX
  • Describe the difference between Native mode and SharePoint Integrated mode for configuring reporting in AX
Target audience
  • Application Consultants
  • Developers
Prerequisites

The candidates must have knowledge of:

  • 80692AE: Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8

1. Overview

  • Introduction to BI
  • Overview of BI Tools
  • Selecting the Right BI Tool
  • List Pages
  • Export to Microsoft Excel
  • Auto Reports
  • Build an Ad-hoc report in Microsoft Excel
  • Working with Microsoft Word Templates
  • Report Execution and Batch Printing
  • Build a Report using SSRS
  • Role Centers

2. SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

  • Out-of-the-box Content
  • Report Data Sources
  • Reporting Architecture
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Native Mode and Microsoft SharePoint Integrated Mode
  • Report Development Tools and Process
  • Creating Reports using AX Queries - Build Quer
  • Creating Reports using AX Queries - Create Report
  • Creating Reports using AX Queries - Add Dataset
  • Creating Reports using AX Queries - Add Design
  • Creating Reports using AX Queries - Preview and Customize
  • Creating Reports using AX Queries - Integrate with AX
  • Deploying Reports and Working with Static Reports
  • Creating Reports using Business Logic
  • Creating Reports using Business Logic - Temporary Tables
  • Creating Reports using Business Logic - Create a Query
  • Creating Reports using Business Logic - Create a Data Contract
  • Creating Reports using Business Logic - Create a Report Data Provider
  • Creating Reports using Business Logic - Create a Report
  • Creating Reports using Business Logic – Summary
  • Advanced Report Artifacts
  • Customizing Reports
  • Report Parameters - Introduction
  • Report Parameters - Creating Parameters
  • Report Parameters - Control Data and Presentation
  • Report Parameters - Properties
  • Report Parameters - Binding Parameters to Datasets
  • Report Parameters - Securing Data
  • Creating and Using Style Templates
  • Auto versus Precision Reports
  • Integrating Data From Multiple Data Sources
  • Creating a Drill Through Report
  • Shared Library and Shared Components
  • Creating a Column Chart Report
  • Migrating Reports from X++ to SSRS
  • Interacting with Reports using X++
  • Working with Data Methods

3. SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS)

  • Overview of SSAS and Cube Structure
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Out-of-the-box Content
  • Exploring data using Microsoft Excel
  • Developing New Cubes
  • Customizing Existing Cubes
  • Cube Security
  • Advanced Analytics using Power BI
  • Creating Reports using Cube Data

4. Enterprise portal and Role Centers

  • Out-of-the-box Content
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Enterprise Portal Web Parts
  • Customization and Personalization of Role Centers
  • Creating new Role Centers
  • Integrating Power BI into Role Centers
  • Integrating Reports into Role Centers

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